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History Being Preserved at Duluth Cemetery


Tax Credits for Minnesotans Working in Wisconsin

Bayfront Art Festival Kicks Off

New Medical Students Awarded Their White Coats

Even if Cloudy, You May 'Hear' Eclipse on AM Radio


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Minneapolis Police Found No Evidence in Slain Woman's Home


State Patrol Car in Dayton's Motorcade Involved in Crash


Minnesota Sees Growing Wind Energy Capacity

Rains Quench Dry Areas of Minnesota; Some Farmers Need More

RAW: Surveillance Video Puts Tarnowskis at Country Corner Store

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Police Push Protesters Out of Dallas Cemetery

Homes in St. Paul Area Evacuated because of Pipe Bomb Scare

Speaker Calls Conservative Rally 'Unplanned'

Duluth Police Search for Paintball Shooter

Duluth Police Search for Paintball Shooter


Gloria Dei Lutheran Raising Money to Fund Repairs
Duluth Schools Superintendent's Wife Screens School Board Candidates
Lake Vermilion State Park Campground Might Open in September
Touchstone Award Nominee: YWCA's Creating Future Women Leaders
Wisconsin Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Relax Mining Rules

Full Federal Court Agrees to Hear 'Making a Murderer' Appeal

A full federal appeals court will review a ruling overturning the conviction of a Wisconsin inmate featured in the "Making a Murderer" documentary.


Minneapolis Approves Restrictions on Menthol Cigarette Sales

NTSB Report: No Storms Before Wis. Crash that Killed 6

Designs for Voyageurs, Apostle Islands, Pictured Rocks Quarters Unveiled

Reunion This Weekend for Former Clyde Iron Workers

MNsure Extends Open Enrollment into Mid-January

Court: Internet Providers' Porn Tips Good Enough for Warrants

Remains of Central Minn. Sailor Killed at Pearl Harbor Return Home

Mall of America Closes Ride Similar to Deadly Ohio Fair Ride

Stop For School Buses; Increase in Fines

Minneapolis Posts Climate Change Data that EPA Deleted

A Look Back: Grand Rapids School 1972 Film

Trump to Address Nation Monday on Afghanistan
Greg Peterson Memorial Ride for a Cure
Jerry Lewis, Comedian and Telethon Host, Dies at 91

Rescuers Expand Search for Army Helicopter Crew in Hawaii


26 People Injured in Bus Crash

Police Push Protesters Out of Dallas Cemetery

2nd Officer Dies From Shooting in Florida

Speaker Calls Conservative Rally 'Unplanned'

GOP Doubts and Anxieties about Trump Burst into the Open

NOT REAL NEWS: No Nazi Sub in Great Lakes

Xcel Energy Says Solar Eclipse Won't Affect Operations

A big provider of solar energy in Minnesota and other states says next week's solar eclipse will have no impact on its electric service.


Powerball Jackpot Climbs to $510 million, 8th Largest

No one matched all six numbers in Wednesday night's drawing, so the Powerball jackpot on Saturday will be an estimated $510 million.  The odds of winning the jackpot are one in 292.2 million.


HBO Regains Control of Hacked Social Media Accounts

HBO says it has regained control of its social media accounts after the latest security breach to hit the entertainment company.


Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Maradol Papayas

The CDC says 141 people have become ill with strains of Salmonella traced to papayas imported from Mexico. Illnesses have been reported in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.


Target Buys Tech Company to Help it Offer Same-Day Delivery

Software made by San Francisco-based Grand Junction connects retailers with about 700 delivery companies around the country that pick up items from distribution centers and take them to customers.


Husky Energy Buying Superior Calumet Refinery

Husky Energy is buying Superior's Calumet refinery for $435 million. The deal was announced Monday, and Husky said it plans to keep the 180 workers on. 


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Day use areas of Lake Vermilion State Park have been open for a few years.  The DNR is hoping to open the campground in September.

Lake Vermilion State Park Campground Might Open in September


New All Weather Bike Trail Coming to Duluth

Bait Plays Heavy Role in Northern Wisconsin Bear Diets

Mille Lacs Walleye Fishing Resumes after Month-Long Pause

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